Aiza Ntibarikure

Aiza, a Black woman with her hair in colourful braids, smiles at the camera. She is wearing a white t-shirt with teal arms and a teal Jeremy and Jazzy logo.

Voice of Jazzy, Producer

Aiza Ntibarikure is a singer and actor in theatre, television, and film; she performs in both English and French. Aiza was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec and currently lives in Toronto, Ontario. In the spring of 2019, she was declared winner of the prestigious 2019-2020 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class and, earlier in the year, she won “Francophone Artist of the Year” at the third annual Dynasty Gala Awards. This was thanks to the significant success of her first EP, Adieu. As Aiza declares, her songs are made of a mix of throwback R&B and fresh afro beats. 

Aiza is a graduate of the Professional Theatre program at Dawson College. Aiza played Officer Roxanne Dionne on the Emmy-nominated, Canadian Screen Award-winning TV series 19-2, as well as lawyer Nadine Collard on the critically acclaimed, Gemini-nominated series Ruptures. She can be seen alongside Felicity Jones in the 2018 feature film On The Basis of Sex and is a series regular on Netflix’s original superhero series Jupiter’s Legacy as well as CBC’s hit sitcom Workin’ Moms.

Aiza recently produced her first entertainment talk show series for CBC, entitled Real Blackity Talk, which launched in the spring of 2022. She is now on the jury for the Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class. On Jeremy and Jazzy, Aiza is a producer, providing feedback on the music, stories, and design of the series. She’s also the voice of Jazzy.